Hello Adam, is there any particular reason why the team decided to not support CentOS as well? Technically CentOS is just a community build version of RHEL so they should pretty much be the same software.
There are subtle, but important differences. We can't declared "supported" anything that hasn't been tested. We decided to standardize on a single OS version to keep our resources focused on delivering product core functionality support to existing and new customers - instead of expanding platform m support to corner cases. This assures that the engineering effort is focused on expanding product value that we sell to our customers.